King Arthur was a legendary king of Britain, said to live during the fifth or sixth century. His legend became entertwined with magic and epic quests, such as the Quest for the Holy Grail. Merlin was his wizard, and King Arthur's Knights of the Round Table were said to venture on various quests, rescuing maidens or recovering precious treasures.
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The Camelot Project
Electronic database of Arthurian texts, images, bibliographies, and basic information, by the University of Rochester.
Le Morte d'Arthur pictures by Francoise Taylor, a summary of Sir Thomas Malory's story, an Arthurian search engine, and other Arthurian legend topics.
The Arthurian Legend
The basic myth of King Arthur and its link to Celtic mythology.
Britannia.com: King Arthur
Extensive collection of Arthurian resources at Britannia Internet Magazine.
Celtic Twilight - Legends of Camelot
Presents texts, infopedia, and list of Arthurian artists.
Overview provided by the village of Caerleon, reputed location of King Arthur's Camelot.
King Arthur & The Knights of the Round Table
Visitors can view a time line of significant events,read a summarized version of the legend, and retrieve information on well-known objects and characters.
King Arthur - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Free encyclopedia article on King Arthur. Covers his possible historical existence, and his legend's literary development.
King Arthur on Early British Kingdoms
The King Arthur section of the Early British Kingdoms website, largely covering the historical but also the literary Arthur.
King Arthur, the Hero of Camelot
Large amount of historical information on King Arthur, his legends, literature, and history. Includes pictures, articles, and translations of ancient texts.
King Arthur: A Man for the Ages
Comprehensive website with information on many topics of the Arthurian Legend, exploring both legend and history.
King Arthur: History & Legend
A comprehensive information resource for the times, places, events and people of British history.
Legends: King Arthur and the Matter of Britain
Annotated guide to resources on the net.
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